Club Night - Photo by Joanna Samuel

Download: Live This Month: September 2017 (Podcast #414)

In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area.

A ton of stellar local bands are featured in this month’s mix, including newer acts Club Night, Sea Blite, and Humid, all of which formed just last year. By comparison, Tino Drima got its start way back in 2014, evolving from a duo into the six-piece band whose first LP arrives this month. We’ve also got new music from the terrific Oakland bands Everyone Is Dirty and Horrible/Adorable rounding out the podcast’s local contingent.

This month’s collection also includes a larger-than-usual number of Southern California acts that will be performing in the Bay Area this month. Enjoy new music from Los Angeles’ Moses Sumney, D33J, and Shannon Lay, whose affecting solo music pursues a quieter path than her work in the punk band Feels. Meanwhile, Frankie Rose wrote her new album while staying in LA, but recorded Cage Tropical back in Brooklyn.

Enjoy the podcast and then go see some concerts!

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About the bands:

Club Night – “Rally”
Performing on September 8 at Eli’s Mile High Club and on September 10 at Bottom of the Hill

Shannon Lay – “The Moons Detriment”
Lay’s tour with Kevin Morby comes to the Great American Music Hall on September 23

Everyone Is Dirty – “San Andreas”
Co-headlining Bottom of the Hill with Moon Honey on September 28; Lee Gallagher And The Hallelujah opens the show

Sea Blite – “Cerulean”
Joining The Saucy Jacks and Sob Stories on September 29 at the Hemlock Tavern

Moses Sumney – “Doomed”
Moses Sumney comes to the Great American Music Hall on September 26

D33J – “Wisp (ft. Baths)”
Opening for Corbin and Shlohmo on September 12 at UC Theatre

Frankie Rose – “Trouble”
Rose’s tour with Suburban Living comes to the Rickshaw Stop on September 25; Business of Dreams opens the show

Horrible/Adorable – “Caprice!”
The Oakland duo plays Cafe Du Nord on September 7 with Sisters, Harriet Brown, and DJs Leviathe, Off White, and Suga Baby

Humid – “Control”
The Bay Area band performs with Wax Idols and Down and Outlaws at Sea Witch Fest at the Brick & Mortar Music Hall on September 29

Swervedriver – “Last Train To Satansville”
The reunited shoegaze band comes to Bimbo’s on September 23

Tino Drima – “Bummer”
The band’s “record release wedding” at the Verdi Club on September 22 also includes performances from Cool Ghouls​, Spooky Mansion​, Killer Whale​, Honeycomb Brown​, and Ry Pieri Art Boss​

Black Kids – “If My Heart Is Broken”
Appearing at the Folsom Street Fair on September 24 and The New Parish on September 25

Sheer Mag – “Suffer Me”
Performing with Tenement and Marbled Eye on September 29 at The Chapel

Darto – “I Am”
The Seattle band visits Thee Parkside on September 21 and 1-2-3-4 Go! Records on September 22